Created by ASHA: Practical, evidence-based courses from the name you trust
ASHA offers more than 1,300 hours of online continuing education (CE) content (600+ online courses) for audiologists and speech-language pathologists as part of our ever-growing catalog. ASHA-produced courses fit your needs: Live or self-study, however you like to learn, and whatever you need to learn, we have you covered.
ASHA Learning Pass
The ASHA Learning Pass gives you unlimited access to the practical, evidence-based online courses you’ve always trusted—for one convenient annual fee. Get the information you need, and earn ASHA CEUs, at your convenience.
You have the option to purchase an ASHA-created online course a la carte from our extensive catalog of credible, curated online content.
Live Webinar Lineup for 2023
ASHA creates more than two dozen live webinars each year, available as part of the ASHA Learning Pass and for individual purchase. Some of the topics we are working on for 2023 include:
- 2023 coding and payment updates for audiologists
- 2023 coding and payment updates for SLPs
- A conversation on echolalia with speakers from 2021 webinar From Echolalia to Self-Generated Language: Case Studies in Natural Language Acquisition
- A conversation on /r/ intervention with speakers from 2021 webinar Treating R Errors: Evidence-Based Cueing and Practice Strategies
- A conversation on working with Spanish-speaking audiology patients with the speaker from 2021 webinar Speech Audiometry for Linguistically Diverse Populations
- Behavior management
- Caregiver coaching in early intervention
- Collaboration in school settings
- Communication needs of individuals with Down syndrome
- Counseling for fluency
- Cultural considerations for dysphagia/eating/drinking
- Early intervention/infant hearing
- Esophageal dysphagia
- Ethics and culturally responsive care
- Ethics issues for audiologists
- Executive function
- Incorporating aural rehab into audiology practice
- Interprofessional education and practice for SLPs and educational audiologists
- Leveraging classroom-based service delivery
- Return-to-work for individuals with cognitive-communication deficits
- Right hemisphere damage/apragmatism
- Social skills within a neurodiversity framework
- Sociolinguistics for audiologists and SLPs
- Supporting disciplinary literacy for adolescents
- Supporting students who are transitioning from school to workplace
- The SLP's role in literacy for elementary school students
- The SLP's role in literacy for middle and high school students
- The SLP's role in literacy for young children ages birth-3
- Treatment for adults with severe disabilities
- Working with non-binary students in school settings
ASHA produces several online and in-person conferences—including ASHA Convention—each year. See upcoming conferences and events.
Group pricing is available for purchases of multiple ASHA Learning Pass subscriptions.
ASHA Learning Center
You take, track, and manage your participation in ASHA-produced CE courses using the ASHA Learning Center, which you can access by logging into your ASHA Account.